Welcome to the Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center’s Residency Programs.
The Medical Center is a 306-bed institution with many additional outpatient facilities and an organizational body that supports medical education with strong administrative and physician leadership in its governance structure. The office of Graduate Medical Education is located across the street from the hospital.
As new programs in Family Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology, we have the advantage of being able to implement medical education and patient care technology that are not only at the forefront of today’s standards, but will continue to meet and exceed regulatory requirements for years to come.
The primary objective and thrust of the Medical Center’s Residency Programs is to prepare residents for their chosen area of specialty. The resident will be given the opportunity to apply the principles of the osteopathic medical concept and to demonstrate an approach to diagnosis, treatment and management of patients. This will enable a resident to approach with confidence the majority of clinical problems he or she will encounter in practice after the completion of training. Under the supervision of the Attending Physician, residents will be given increasing responsibility commensurate with their demonstrated ability to aid in acquiring confidence in clinical judgment.
It is the purpose of the Department of Graduate Medical Education at the Medical Center to provide a high-quality, organized education within our program with strong guidance and supervision by highly qualified faculty, directors, allied healthcare providers and administrators. It is our goal and purpose to educate trainees within our program with a strong appreciation of the seven core competencies as well as the art and science of the field of medicine to its highest level.
The educational program will be set forth by the Department of GME and the Program Directors. The Program Directors work closely with the faculty, department chairpersons and administration and with the goal of at least meeting and attempting to exceed the educational standards set forth by the AOA and Specialty Colleges for residency training.
For more information call 631-447-3010 or by fax at 631-447-3012.
Peter Urazov, DO
Director of Medical Education
August 21, 2018
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